Q&A: Jim Butcher

Jim Butcher

Butcher talks to LJ about his new novel Skin Game

Hungry for SF: Genre Crossovers Retain Fans and Attract New Readers | Genre Spotlight

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Can genre purists, or readers who just seek a fantastical escape, find titles that truly speak to them, whether traveling across the galaxy or into the underworld? Perhaps crossovers are just what Doctor Who ordered to perpetuate speculative fiction’s readership. The following survey of fall 2012 and winter 2013 titles illustrates the willingness of readers of all stripes to sit at the same table to feed on the fantastical imagination.

Sci Fi/Fantasy Reviews, August 2012

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Reviews of Rachel Caines’s Two Weeks’ Notice, Linda Grimes’s In a Fix, and Christian Cantrell’s Containment, plus a full list of the sci fi/fantasy novels reviewed in the August issue.

SF/Fantasy Reviews, May 15, 2012

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SF/Fantasy Reviews, May 15, 2012

SF/Fantasy Mass Market Paperbacks of Note, May 15, 2012

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SF/Fantasy Mass Market Paperbacks of Note, May 15, 2012

Science Fiction/Fantasy Reviews, April 15, 2012

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Science Fiction/Fantasy Reviews, April 15, 2012

Science Fiction/ Fantasy Mass Market Paperbacks of Note, April 15, 2012

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Science Fiction/ Fantasy Mass Market Paperbacks of Note, April 15, 2012

Science Fiction/Fantasy Mass-Market Paperbacks of Note, March 15, 2012

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Science Fiction/Fantasy Mass-Market Paperbacks of Note, March 15, 2012

Science Fiction/Fantasy Mass Market Paperbacks of Note, February 15, 2012

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Science Fiction/Fantasy Mass Market Paperbacks of Note, February 15, 2012

Science Fiction/Fantasy Mass Market Paperbacks of Note, January 2012

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Science Fiction/Fantasy Mass Market Paperbacks of Note, January 2012

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